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“They were saying they would cause trouble for my security and safety,” he says.

Many if not most bacteria are born “good” but in certain odd and usually unexplained circumstances, go rogue and cause trouble.

We teach them the humanitarian way (ninkyodo) and not to cause trouble to civilians.

Within his own party, Republicans are poised to cause trouble.

Take another party; it makes no odds to you, and will not cause trouble for other gentlemen.

Be careful at crossings, for your sudden appearance might possibly frighten an omnibus horse or two, and cause trouble.

The adjoining colony of Virginia, which was intensely bitter in its Protestantism, immediately began to cause trouble.

This connection, taking in the fact that she had a revolver of the same caliber as was used to slay her father, may cause trouble.

The membranes are very apt to become broken, and fragments of them left, which though ever so small may cause trouble.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cause trouble, such as: enmesh, ensnare, entangle, implicate, involve, and mire.

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